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To honor victims of latest mass shooting, White House says Trump will skip one game of golf

After flying to Florida to meet with some of the victims of this nation's latest mass shooting and the law enforcement officers who responded to that shooting, Donald Trump's team quietly announced that he would be making the ultimate sacrifice. President T

Schneider Electric posts Rs 1.45 crore net profit in March quarter

The company had suffered a net loss of Rs 22.95 crore in the quarter ended March 31, 2018, a BSE filing said.

Rupee edges 6 paise higher against USD ahead of election outcome

The US currency was trading weak in overseas market as the dollar index fell 0.07 per cent to 97.99 against its six global rivals.

Indian Bank eyeing Rs 1,500 crore QIP In H2 2019

As of now, the bank plans to launch the issue in September, post its results.

JK Lakshmi Cement Q4 net up 27.8% to Rs 43.25 cr

Total income during the quarter under review rose 28.78 per cent to Rs 1,189.06 crore from Rs 923.32 crore in the corresponding period last year.

Finance teams fail to realize the full value of shared services: Gartner Survey

51% of shared-service users in finance departments either do not accept or are indifferent to the benefits of these services.

Change of thrones: Ukraine’s Zelensky laments Poroshenko’s ‘uncomfy’ chair, eyes ‘open space’ office

During the 2019 race, Volodymyr Zelensky relentlessly bashed how Ukraine’s former president, Petro Poroshenko, had run things. Now, the comedian-turned-president is unhappy about the way he furnished his office, and wants to move. Read Full Article at RT.co

Swedes up in arms as govt mulls potential ban on ancient ‘Nazi’ runes

The Swedish government is looking into the possibility of forbidding the use of Norse runes, local media has reported, amid concerns that the ancient symbols have been misappropriated by neo-Nazi groups. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘Upset’ Duterte orders Canadian trash to be returned or DUMPED in territorial waters

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered containers of trash from Canada to be shipped back. The “uncompromising” leader threatened to leave it in Canadian waters if Ottawa refuses to take it back, a spokesman has said. Read Full Article at RT.co

FAA investigating after pilot injured by green laser light

DELTONA, Fla. (AP) - Federal Aviation Administration officials say a pilot flying from Canada to Orlando International Airport had his eyes burned by a green laser light. Spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said in an email that the WestJet Airlines aircraft was abou

KaiOS raises $50M, hits 100M handsets powered by its feature phone OS

While Android and iOS have locked up the market for smartphone operating systems, a feature phone platform that has the distinction of being the world’s third biggest mobile OS is announcing a hefty round of funding to continue its expansion. KaiOS, whi

China's other nuclear option in trade war with US – Rare earth materials

Beijing has yet another economic weapon to use against Washington in the escalating trade row – a possible embargo on vital rare earth metals needed to make everything from high-tech devices to fighter jets. Read Full Article at RT.com

Sebi lets PMS into commodity derivatives a day after setting rules for MFs

No participation without client agreements; custodian a must; sale of physical delivery based on agreed timeline between PMS and client

NASCAR to buy Intl. Speedway, owner of Daytona, Talladega

NASCAR is buying International Speedway in a deal worth about $2 billion

In fantasy tweets, Trump claims 65% poll numbers and hundreds of miles of nonexistent wall

The story of Donald Trump’s wall has so far been a story of … no wall. The best that Trump has managed was throwing up some hideous concertina wire over existing barriers—and watching much of it get stolen. Over and over, Trump has claimed that he ha

Nick Wright explains why Kevin Durant will be on the Knicks next season

Nick Wright discusses the impending free agency decision of Kevin Durant. Hear why he strongly believes KD will join the New York Knicks because of legacy and building his off the court empire.

NASCAR is buying International Speedway for $2 billion

NASCAR is buying International Speedway for $2 billion

You can hire this startup -- for free -- to negotiate down your medical bills - CNET

Earnin says it can help users find financial aid or get installment payments, too.

Privacy issues roll on because tech giants have no competition, experts tell Congress - CNET

If you were fed up with how Facebook and Google handled your data, where would you go?

Qualcomm is a monopoly and must renegotiate deals, judge rules - CNET

Judge Lucy Koh sides with the US Federal Trade Commission, calling into question the chipmaker's entire business model.

Roku launches new ad tool to compare linear and streaming audiences

Roku has been getting more serious about its ad business, and today it’s launching a new tool designed to make advertisers comfortable with moving their spending over from traditional TV. Alison Levin, Roku’s vice president of ad sales and strateg

KaiOS raises $50M more, hits 100M handsets powered by its feature phone OS

While Android and iOS have locked up the market for smartphone operating systems, a feature phone platform that has the distinction of being the world’s third biggest mobile OS is announcing a hefty round of funding to continue its expansion. KaiOS, whi

New method could shed light on workers' historical radiation exposure

Researchers in the UK have developed a new method for evaluating plutonium workers' historical internal radiation exposure. They focused their efforts on workers employed at the start of plutonium operations at the Sellafield (formerly Windscale) nuclear repr

Women are less likely to be resuscitated and survive a cardiac arrest than men

Women who have a cardiac arrest outside the hospital setting are less likely to receive resuscitation from bystanders and more likely to die than men, according to new research. Researchers looked at data from nearly 6,000 people who had resuscitation attempt

Contact with nature during childhood could lead to better mental health in adulthood

Almost 3,600 people participated in a European study on the impact of green and blue spaces on mental health and vitality.

River valleys helped shape current genetic landscape of Han Chinese

New research shows the importance of how the three main river valleys in China contributed to Han genetic diversity.

Early life exposure to nicotine alters neurons, predisposes brain to addiction later

In a new mouse study, neonatal exposure to nicotine changed the biochemistry of reward circuitry in the brain. Researchers suggest the same mechanism may be at work in humans.

Giovinazzi admits confidence «going up and down»

Giovinazzi is the only non-Williams driver yet to score a point in 2019, while Alfa Romeo teammate Kimi Raikkonen is ninth in the championship with 13 points and a best finish of seventh.Qualifying 18th and finishing 16th in the previous race in Spain marked

Promoted: Hitting the right note at the French GP

Whether it was MTV presenter Davina McCall roaming the grid in 1994 and quizzing drivers on their favourite artists, or the Red Bull crew’s breaking down the garage post-race to the latest tunes – music has long featured in the background of F1.It’s bee

What next for Alonso and McLaren in IndyCar?

Fernando Alonso's dream of an Indy 500 win was thwarted before the race had even begun. He and the McLaren team failed to qualify for the prestigious event after being eliminated in the Last Row shootout. After a difficult build-up to the qualifying weekend

Bruce the Eagle Gets his 15 Minutes of Fame in a Symmetrical Glamour Shot by Photographer Steve Biro

An eagle named Bruce, resident at the Canadian Raptor Conservancy in Ontario, recently took a dive over open water at the conservancy. Amateur photographer Steve Biro happened to be there at just the right moment, with camera in hand. Bruce’s arced wing

Freckled Woman with High Alcohol Tolerance Lived in Japan 3,800 Years Ago

More than two decades after researchers discovered the 3,800-year-old remains of «Jomon woman» in Hokkaido, Japan, they've finally deciphered her genetic secrets.

After mutual funds, SEBI allows portfolio managers to invest in commodity derivatives segment

The move comes after the regulator on May 21 permitted mutual funds to participate in the same segment.

Thermax Q4 net up 67% to Rs 126.9 cr

Total income rose to Rs 2,125.62 crore in the March quarter from Rs 1,187.96 crore in the year-ago period.

TCI Express Q4 PAT up 22% at Rs 22 crore

The company had clocked a PAT of Rs 18 crore during the year-ago quarter, it said in a BSE filing.

Sebi, bourses step up surveillance measures for markets on election results day

Markets are likely to witness significant movements on May 23, especially after a rally on May 20 following exit polls showed that the BJP-led NDA is expected to come back to power.

EPFO to retrieve investments in NBFCs after default scares: Report

The organisation is looking to ensure the safety of workers’ retirement savings on priority, amid a slew of defaults and downgrades of NBFCs.

Sex between Earthlings and future Martians would be fatal – evolutionary biologist

While many futurists, tech entrepreneurs and science fiction fans are all abuzz about the idea of a manned human colony on Mars within the next few decades, one evolutionary biologist has shared a rather cold dose of reality. Read Full Article at RT.com

Sharing personal data with aliens? NASA collects people’s names for 2020 Mars rover launch

Sending humans to Mars remains a question for the distant future but NASA got some buzz going as it summoned public to send their names to get them on board of the next unmanned Mars mission. Read Full Article at RT.com

Congressional leaders cautiously upbeat after White House budget talks

It doesn't seem possible given the deep dysfunction of absolutely everything right now, but Tuesday's budget meetings between the White House and top congressional leaders went ... not horribly. Perhaps even somewhat well. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McC
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